Birmingham Moor Street Station

Birmingham Moor Street is one of three main railway stations in the city centre of Birmingham, England, along with Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill. Moor Street has become more important in recent years and it is now the second busiest railway station in Birmingham.

Expose your brand across national and international audiences, with an advertising campaign managed by Transport Media, the rail media specialists. An annual footfall of over 6.3 million people will access to your product or service, reaching a mixture of daily commuters, intercity tourists and airport passengers using Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Although Birmingham is one of the most populous urban areas of the United Kingdom, the city lives a continuous growth due to “The Big City Plan” which encourages and supports the development and redevelopment aiming to convert Birmingham one of the top 20 most livable cities in the world. It covers every aspect of the built environment, from improving links into and out of the city, and maintaining and enhancing its unique character, to developing new residential communities and supporting the diverse economy, leading not only an increase on tourist but also in local residents.

Containing numerous world class galleries, museums and attractions ranging from the Thinktank Birmingham Science Museum, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery to the BBC Public Space “The Mailbox” or the Cadbury World, Birmingham is a popular choice for city breaks and day trips. Its six universities make it the largest centre of higher education and academic research in the UK outside London.

Moor Street is currently served by London Midland who runs local services to Dorridge, Whitlocks End, Stratford-upon-Avon and Stourbridge Junction. And by Chiltern Railways who run longer distance services to London Marylebone via Leamington Spa, Banbury, High Wycombe and Kidderminster.

Advertising formats at the station include 4 sheets, 6 sheets and train car panels.

Transport Media offers rail advertising across all stations in the UK.